Miracle Whipped GMOs!

what's the problem with Kraft Miracle Whip?

Most mayonnaises, including Kraft Miracle Whip, contain genetically engineered ingredients, specifically oil and vinegar made from genetically engineered crops, and eggs from factory farmed chickens raised on genetically engineered feed.

Genetically modified ingredients, referred to as GMOs or GE, have never been proven safe for consumption. GMOs are designed to go hand-in-hand with harmful pesticides, such as glyphosate (Roundup), 2,4-D, and dicamba. This has created superbugs and superweeds, immune to these chemicals, that in turn need heavier and more toxic herbicide application, polluting vital soil and water resources. Additionally, the World Health Organization recently designated glyphosate and 2,4-D as probable carcinogens.

That’s why GMO Inside has been calling on the biggest mayonnaise brands to phase out GMOs—but Kraft has been dragging its feet.

Thanks to pressure from consumers, Hellmann’s recently launched three mayo options made without genetically engineered ingredients—one is even certified organic.

Ask Kraft to step up and commit to transitioning Miracle Whip to non-GMO ingredients and organic, pasture-raised eggs.



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